Tag Archives: snow

Snow on our parade?

Snowy winter may not cause feared setbacks If you live in Minnesota and play a spring sport, you’re probably accustomed to practicing inside for the first few weeks of your season. And this year looked like it was going to be a whole lot worse. In 2019, the Twin Cities …

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Spring update: boys’ tennis

Losing only one varsity player to graduation, the boys’ tennis team is looking forward to another successful season under the leadership of Mark Norlander, senior captain Nathan Radtke and junior captain Arjun Goswitz. “Most of us have been on the team for a few years so we all get along well …

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Safety vs. School: how winter affects classes

While public school systems in the Twin Cities have a set of specific conditions which spur the decision to close schools, Minnehaha’s decision-making process is more complicated Last winter was one of the longest and coldest Minnesota has seen in years. The fact that the winter was so cold caused …

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Day 110 River Road

Snowfall creates slippery conditions on the River Road leading to Minnehaha. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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Day 70 Snowfall

Snow builds up and temperatures fall as Minnehaha approaches the end of the semester. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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The never-ending winter and its snow

Cancelation of meets, games, and matches have plagued spring sports everywhere “This has never happened before. We haven’t been able to get outside one day,” said assistant athletic director and varsity head baseball coach Josh Thurow on Apr. 24. A new record was broken, but not the kind of record …

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Day 55 snow and ice

The first snow fall of the year makes it difficult to drive to school. Photo by Rachel Bartz    

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